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Time12 ore (appross.)
TransportPrelievo dall'hotel offerto
TicketBiglietto mobile
Disponibile in: Inglese


Immergiti nelle attrattive del viaggio più panoramico dell'Australia, con questa gita di un giorno della Great Ocean Road con partenza da Melbourne. Segui la tortuosa strada costiera da Torquay a Port Campbell, fermandoti per il pranzo presso l'Apollo Bay. Porta con te la macchina fotografica per fotografare il selvaggio paesaggio costiero e le spiagge incontaminate confinanti con la Great Ocean Road ed ammira l'aspro splendore dei Dodici apostoli. Ascolta la tragica storia della gola di Loch Ard e di altri interessanti luoghi della costa del naufragio, oltre al commento approfondito fornito da una guida/autista esperta durante questa gita rilassante di un giorno della Great Ocean Road in pullman climatizzato e confortevole.


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, ago 2018

Breathtaking views! Roger, our guide was absolutely awesome, very curteous and thorough! Overall, it was a fantabulous experience!

, giu 2018

Nice experience

, mar 2018

Great !!!

, gen 2018

Very nice and should come to visit it. If you have available time, i recommend helicopter tour !!

, gen 2018

Very pretty! Worth the long drive.

, dic 2017

My husband and I had a great time on this tour. Our driver Joe was informative, courteous and a general all round nice guy. Plenty of time was given at each stop. Good value and as it the Great Ocean Road was very busy we felt that it certainly beats driving yourself.

, dic 2017

The Twelve apostles are really awesome but the 12/h trip is too long, especially if you want do it with kids. My experience was particularly negative due to our driver who was really unfriendly: all the kids on the bus were sick due to the driving on the windings road of the Great Ocean Road and when we asked him to stop or to drive slowly he didn't do that and didnt helped us at all. I think you should highlights that the driving on such road is extremely uncomfortable and you should add to your trips the direct trip to the twelve apostles without any stop in Apollo Bay and Port Campbell where is useless to stop as there is nothing to do/see. It seems you bring tourists there only to spend money into the coffee shops/restaurants.

, dic 2017

It was a great tour even though it was raining throughout the day.
Nevertheless, the rain stop for a while when we reached the 12 Apostles, which was a blessing.
Our guide Richard from AAT Kings was a wonderful chap with his explanations throughout the whole journey.
And not forgetting his dry humour which drew quite a lot laughter from us.
definitely will recommend this tour to anyone who wish to explore the 12 Apostles.

, nov 2017

The highlight of our trip to Australia. Amazing scenery. Adrian, our driver/tour guide was extremely knowledgeable and he apparently enjoys what he does. A very pleasant day.

, nov 2017

I was only in Melbourne for a week so by the time I had explored the city, I didn't have much time but I still wanted to do a day trip. I'm really glad I chose the Great Ocean Road trip with AAT Kings. The tour guide/bus driver, Adrian, was excellent and knowledgeable about the city and the destinations along the Great Ocean Road. His commentary was engaging and it was evident he is passionate about his job.

It was a long day 12 hours but if you only have a limited amount of time like I did, I think it is worth it. It's a lot of time spent sitting on the coach so make sure you dress comfortably and maybe bring a book/music to keep you entertained on the long drive back to Melbourne. Also, it is pretty much a whistle stop tour - you don't get a huge amount of time at each of the destinations. Adrian advised buying food/snacks at the first stop toilet break and I'm glad I did as when it came to getting lunch at Apollo Bay, a lot of the restaurants and cafes were really busy so I just ate what I'd bought at the first stop for my lunch while sitting on the beach!. I'm glad I did this as it gave me a bit more time to explore the other shops and I even had time to send some postcards and buy an ice cream! If you go to the restaurants as opposed to a takeaway/bakery/supermarket to buy food, Adrian advised telling them you only have an hour until you have to be back on the bus. I thought this might feel a bit rushed personally!

The first tourist stop is the Great Ocean Road sign and the second stop is the Twelve Apostles, which are pretty spectacular and were the reason I wanted to go on the trip. It was really busy lots of other tour buses at all of the stops, but especially at the Twelve Apostles so you do have to fight your way through the crowds to get photos. Also you don't have enough time to do the helicopter trip over them so if you want to do that, this isn't the tour for you.

Loch Ard gorge was really interesting and stunning. It was a shame as it wasn't until I'd finished walking around the cliffs that I realised there was a little beach cove you can get down to via some steps and I didn't have enough time to actually go down there. The final tourist stop was London Arch, which was much less busy and easier to get photos of.

One negative of it being a fairly large tour group is that it's easy to get held up if someone is late back to the bus. This happened more than once the same couple and this did delay our return to Melbourne. Also, as I was due to be dropped at Federation Square I wasn't staying in a hotel I was going to be the last stop of the night, which would have meant an extra hour and a half on the bus! I asked if I could get off at the Melbourne Central station instead. I feel that those that aren't being dropped at hotels should be allowed to get off first rather than last. But this is pretty much my only criticism of the trip.

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